Eileen Francis, MS MD
Hi everyone, I’m Eileen. I was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh and I grew up in Loma Linda, California. I completed my undergraduate education at UC Riverside where I majored in Biology. I had my first exposure to the field of Emergency Medicine during undergrad as a volunteer at the local community hospital. Between undergrad and medical school, I lived in the DC metro area for two years where I completed my master’s degree at Georgetown University before completing a fellowship with the National Institutes of Health. I moved back to Riverside for medical school where I benefitted from a diverse group of classmates as well as an incredibly diverse patient population. During medical school I was an Ultrasound Instructor at UCR, and I was heavily involved in EMIG, as well as the student-run free clinic. My interests within emergency medicine include critical care and ultrasound. I am also interested in social EM and I enjoy giving back to the community by volunteering through free clinics and homeless shelters. Outside of medicine, I love travelling, trying new restaurants and breweries with my boyfriend and trying new ways to stay active. Additionally, my partner and I both enjoy spending quality time outdoors. We are excited to continue our interests in hiking, camping and exploring all that Arizona has to offer.